Question by Pixie: Can I negotiate salary after receiving a job offer letter?
I was made a job offer, I accepted it over the phone. Then received an offer letter. Now I’m thinking I should have asked for a $ 1000 a year more. As a rule do companies offer you a salary expecting you to ask for more or is this what you are getting? Is it customary to negotiate a salary at this point?
Answer by bobhayes
You really needed to negotiate before you accepted the job.
Best wishes and God bless.
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